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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETIIDRIDCE HERALD Monday, April 10, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON Tl mU Al'lill, II liirlliiliiv tnil.iy: H's ll M'U till tlllS why vein' il. tant actions li.iu1 ;i V.i'.ll ll'.-i Ulll'liaSlS oil inimodinlo ron- It's n pval lime1 f ur creative effort, serious study of technical specialities, de- velopment of new skills. To- day's natives usually arc cn- dowrd witll realistic fore- for distant goals on llicir own volition. AHIES (Mnrrti 21-April Make a ill-finite settlement of LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Vitamin E no cure-all Dear Or. L.mitj A friend of that claimed thai the large amounts of vitamin K iv diets rich in fat would cause cancer. Of course Die report came from a person doses of vita- min 1" ami Hint it had brought on Ibis possible? I take r.w) mills for h i K h connected with a segment of the c-hitlestL-nil fine. food industry thru markets Donr Hauler I am nut a 1 food low in polvunsatuvated fat vitamin K LMHhu-inpt since ils and high in saturated (at, Vvliicli value .'iinouiits greater than mny explain his theory. one should ticl in a sensible diet There is no acceptable evi- perhaps stubborn tie L a i 1 s; ycL tnrmiyh llieni somehow ami on. ucc in later hours. TAUKL'S (April Trouble s h o o I i n y, correc- tions, refinements in imln- tioiiships n n d public Image arc possible. Private matters peace yon must antl on wilii current obligations. Medical atlvice is brief bul 1m- KCOHIMO (Oct. 2.1-Nov. Unfinished business comes (irsl and there set'ins to be enough to fill the day. Collect your thoughls. SAG1TTAIULS (Nov. Settle family differences, lake Ihe iiiiliative in bringiriR people together, move yoursnlf stionld be left so. GEMIM (May 21 .Iimr Vocation promises little ex- citement bul much prepress. Quantity can include reason- out of centre stage and relax, able quality as well now. I CAI'IllfOKN (Bi-c. 22 Jan. Prepare for a Ion" evening. Yesterday's events la C'ANCKR (June 21-.lnly With discretion you can In some extras into today's routines. Planning is more important lhan performance. LEO (J u ly 2.1 Ans. Review and yesterday's figures where yon can. J-'rcsh per down now but require fur- ther attention and changes. Co-operation is low-key but effective. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Your money is ready lo take [liglil on any excuse, [or things which will not stay vilh COttEINTO "THE RRST I (JEWHAVE EVER I) CALL THE I A TUMBlEWIEDS-By Tom K. Ryan starts are hindered, while emo- you. You can do heller with a tional concerns work them- Hide extra thought. solves out. vnuio (Aug. Nothing is quite had in mind, but wi'.h co-op- ernlion ynu cati make strides. Form a new group, U11KA Tflh-ntl QUTUGG QUIZ ANSKTIRS Q. fis .Soulh you hold: A A Jo'6 The bidding has proceeded: North East Soulr West 1 r? Pass A Pass 2 rl Pass 2 Pasi 3 r? Pass do you bid now? already Indicated precision of a good hind by bidding two clubs and loMowlntf tip Viiih a bid o( two Yet partner wei unable lo take any diasllc action, Indicallnjj thit he liai a minimum hand wllh In hearts H appears, (here- fore, (hat thrrf eannoi be a soilnrl play for ?jmc. niscretlon for a pan, for without a Jn jcur hand 11 would highly unsound to three no trump. without a dlimocul Hopper Q. South vulnerable, you hold: A VJZ OKJS4 The bidding bos proceeded; SoiUb West East 1 A 1 A JO 2 What do you bid now? rue bid of three ipldei 1ou murt illicit nllh trumps, end the beit time U right now. hurl. Q. are South, vul- lerable, and hold: AJ vKQl063 OA74 4QJ9J The bidding has proceeded: West North EaU South 10 1 A PBS! 2 QT Mve done your full duly. Q. Neither vulnerable, os South you hold: vOIOI3 OAJ12 The bidding has proceeded: North East Sooth Yftsl I V Pbie. Rdbl. 0 Pasj 3 Jk What do you bid now? n you hive ready jhovrn tn Kbave ivecila hand hy redaubllnit, U El rnougft for you now Co bid juit Ihita heirli. Only If partner hta an ib- lolule rock boltom mlnlmuni h-juld he up thr 'l In diamonds. ces, should orid jult, enrt o rtlfflcTJlty In lubj lor Any Q. Both vulnerable, as South you hold; OKll The bidding lias proceeded: Soulh West North East Pass l A Pasi Q. T Neither vulnerable, fis South you hold: 6A3 083 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 Pais Z Past T What do you bid now? hearts dejpLLe tha fina. texture of your heart >uld What da you bid now? A hand li -Jorlh about 12 po nU In support o( call Theicfort, a raise (a A to conjldered If two heads, uuh the Intenllon of rail- Ijig on the rext round. Unforlunalrty, howrxr. If you bid lv.o hearts there be no round, (or In view nt your pa-is parlnir naUhl r.Qt carry on. 0 IT choice h three spadej, v -h la foiling ifler f.' rats by jou. vulnerable, end e.- .South yen hofd: Atf t OK976.MJ97Z The bidding has proceeded: L South West North 1 Pass Pass i A 2 A Dhlr, 2 Dble, Pass Pass Pass What 15 your opcrdfig kadi not be In order. The hand II not J Iron JT enough lo juitaLn iucK n call. It U true thil i, mere rebld of two represent! anunJer. bid ol iht values hMd, but thera M j rraionably ijond chanc-e that u dMlRnattd hand by hr> two diamond ICIpOflM. Q, East-West vulnerable', AS South you hold: At vAKlOfiS OAQ< The bidding has proceeded: East Soulh I What do you bid? Evtn I hi you pOMtU K lound open In? bid In ita mloJ- mum range, ihli li rol the typn 6f hard on which lo rnalre takeout double, chJtrfly btcauia Af your lack of prepirillon for tpide rebldj by ntr. Hid one If partner doel not lake Jome free let [on }QUJ will hivi mtJHd a fint, that they create the north and soulh poles of a magnet, hut scientists can merely guess how Ilicy do it. f Possibly tbe looping mapietic lines mirror (lie looping orbits of the breezy electrons. Pos- sibly they make a sort of U- turn at each end of the solid magnet, creating two opposite swerves in Ihe pattern. Hut no- body can prove this or any olher suggestion. So far as we know, every mafinelic field has a north and south pole and each attracts Ihe opposite pole of all other magnets. Two north poles repel each olher and so do IAVO south poles. liut mag- nets seem determined to keep their innermost secrets. Questions a sited by cniTrtinn nf Herald readers should be mailed to Ash Andy, P.O. Box Hun ting ton Beach, California 92643. (Copyright Chronicle) InbHshing Co. 1072) GET GOING, POT VOUR BACK INTO IT.'.' II'L ABNER-By Al Capp The most common natural ma.cnets arc iron, for twu rea- sons. The stnicture of ils basic atom can he modified Lo reveal Is magnetic properties and ron is our second most plcnti- ul rnctal. The secret lies in Ihe elec- rons that orbit the nuclei ol all normal atoms. An electron s a negatively charged particle of matter aud ;is il whirls around its orhital shell it cre- ates a miniature breeze, com- parable to an infitesimal cur- rent, like a one-way traffic lane of electrical energy, tn mosl atoms, electrons orbit in vari- ous directions, which cancels out the energies of individual raffic lanes. Ill this stale, a substance reveals no outside evidence of magnetism. However, (tie traffic inside ron, nickel and other magnetic materials lends to be more or- derly. Tn the average iron atom, :he majority of electrons orbit in Ihe same direction. What's more, iron atoms tend to con- gregate in domains in which most electrons whirl in parallel lanes. Though a domain may contain million million atoms, it is no bigger lhan a pinhead. In a small har of or- dinary iron, the many domains are tilted so that their traffic breezes blow in various direc- nlctely around under Ihe skin of Lions and cancel t-ach oilier. j the chest near the shoulder, However, they may be align- coiling and breaking Ihe wires, ed by some outside force, such None of Ihe patients died from as heat, impact or the licld of Ihe failure, but they had lo liai'e another magnet. Then uncouni- j surgery for replacemenl of the able electrons in uncountable devices. f EVEN HUM IFHF.'STEI-UMGTME GOTA NE.W SUPERSTAR ARCHlE-By Bob Montana Don't fiddle wilh heart machines TORONTO